The Republic of Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in South Africa. Zimbabwe is a presidential republic with the president as head of state. Local currency is the US-Dollar, the official language is English. Zimbabwe is a member of the United Nations (UN), the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and other international organisations.
Zimbabwe has an abundance of natural resources, prior to declaring it's independence from Great-Britain in 1965 the country was the most developed state in Africa. After the economic crisis in 2000, Zimbabwe became one of the poorest countries in the world. Today, mining is a major factor in the country's economy, namely gold, iron, silver and diamonds. Besides that, Zimbabwe is one of the worlds leading producers of tobacco.
ZImbabwe has a mixed legal system, largely based on roman law, british law and african unwritten law.
Corporate practice is regulated in the Companies Act and other legal statutes.
Main types of businesses
- Private Companies
- Public Companies
- Companies Limited By Guarantee
- Co-operative Companies
- Foreign Companies
- Private Business Corporations
The Department for companies and intellectual property is responsible for registration in the commercial register. The Department is directly subordinate to the Ministry of Justice. The register's services are partially availabe online.
Contents of the register:
- Full legal name
- Director and proprietors
- Current status (active/inactive)
- Type of business
- Full address
- Additional data
NB: Information about some companies may be unavailable, or available for a fee.
Search in the register is not free of charge. Search results are sent to you within 7-14 days after request submission.
To get a required document, we will need the following information about a company:
- Full legal name
- Registration number
Legalization of extracts from Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe did not accede to The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents in 1966. Therefore, all zimbabwean documents are subject to legalization.
An extract from the business register of Zimbabwe can be used in order to:
- Obtain detailed information about potential business partners
- Negotiate foreign trade agreements
- File legal claims
- Register legal entities with foreign participation
- Check potential employers
You can order an extract without mandatory registration or subscription. Just complete our form and our employees will investigate for missing information, provide you with the extract, translate it to English and deliver the original, the translation as well as the bill for our services to you via mail.
There is no risk involved for you as we provide you with the documents in question on a fixed price. If requested, we will have the extract verified and apostilled. The documents are sent to you by mail. Special fees for the apostille apply.
- Quick and reliable inquiry processing
- Convenient order via online form
- Required document is sent as a PDF-file via e-mail
- Notarised translation
- No charge if required information is unavailable
- Apostille for extracts from commercial registers
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We verify whether a commercial register contains information about the company you are interested in, free of charge. Order a preliminary extract and you will receive the following information:
- Availability of an entry in a commercial register
- Cost of extract from a commercial register
- Other available documents
- Deadline for discharge
- Cost of apostille
- Commercial register extract sample (if available)
You can order free preliminary availability check of required information on our website.
|Service||Price incl. German VAT 19%||Price excl. VAT|
|Price for an Electronic Extract from Zimbabwe||from 119,00 €||from 100,00 €|
|Price for the translation of an Extract from Zimbabwe||from 41,65€||from 35,00€|
|Price for an Extract with Apostille without international shipping||from 1428,00 €||from 1200,00 €|